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STAIR GALLERIES

ELYSE HARNEY

Cornwall Library - BOOKS & BLOOMS

Parties & Openings


June 16 - Becket
Jacob's Pillow Opening Gala

June 14 - Lenox
Lenox Library Gala

June 9 - Hillsdale
Roe-Jan Party In The Park

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Close Encounters With Music Feels The Bern(stein)

Lisa Green reports from Stockbridge. This summer promises to be all Leonard Bernstein all the time, and provides a perfect theme as Close Encounters With Music concluded its main season. On Saturday, June 9, CEWM’s gala concert, “Lenny at 100 — Feel the BERNstein” offered a musical portrait of the great conductor/composer’s brilliant career, and featured pianists, singers and, of course, Yehuda Hanani, the group’s founder, at the cello. Following the performance, patrons gathered at the Stockbridge Golf Club for dinner and a chance to mingle with the guest artists. [Above, board member Michael Wise with music lovers Bev and Dave Hosokawa.


Kevin Morrissey, M.D., and Judy Ney; Susan Pettee with pianist Michael Chertock.


CEWM founder and cellist Yehuda Hanani with Leslie Gold.


Hannah Hanani and Helene Berger; Marcie Kammel and Garen Tolkin, an LA-based makeup artist who has a house in Chatham.


Two of the evening’s performers (and married couple): soprano Danielle Talamantes and baritone Kerry Wilkerson.


Pianist Mikael Darmanie and Joel Patterson, audio producer; David Scribner, editor of the Berkshire Edge, Marci Setlow, president of CEWM’s board of directors, and board member Judy Grunberg.

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